Church Library: New Children’s Books!
Our church librarians and Pastor Ben have been working to curate a section of new, gospel-centered books for children, which is now available (multiple copies of each) in the church library. These are all great, engaging books for parents of young children to enjoy with their kids. Come check out these selections and others in the library! (The church library is next to Pastor Bobby’s office).
Vacation Bible School (VBS) 2022! June 27 - July 1
Spark imagination and kick creativity into high gear at Spark Studios. This summer, kids will learn that God’s creativity didn’t stop in Genesis. The Master Artist is working to redeem, reclaim and transform us - His creation - to the design He planned for us. Kids will see the beautiful truth that they are God’s workmanship as they learn to use their talents to bring glory to Him. For more information, visit nscbc.org/vbs or email Debbi Tuck at firstname.lastname@example.org
Men's Prison Ministry Opportunity
God has provided an exciting opportunity for the gospel to be shared and disciples made at the Essex County Correctional Facility in Middleton! Through relationships built by Katherine Horvath and the rest of the Women in Transition team, the churches of the North Shore have now been invited to lead worship services in the men’s facility. If you are interested in finding out more about this great opportunity and what it might be like to potentially serve in a team we are holding an information session on Monday June 6th, 7.30pm in the Friendship Hall. Please also be praying for this ministry as the other teams start very soon! For more info contact email@example.com
- World focus: Prayer for continuing Gospel Movement among refugee populations in West Asia.
- Community focus: Our partner Fostering Hope and their work to mobilize churches in New England to be a blessing to those in the Foster Care system.
- NSCBC focus: Our Elders to be filled with the wisdom of God.
- Congregation: Prayers for healing for Ellie and Cliff Harris, John Williams, Betty Kercher, Joyce Wallace and Helen Clark.
- Do you have prayer concerns? Email firstname.lastname@example.org, submit at nscbc.org/live, or call the church office.
Foundations Parenting Lab
We care deeply about the health of our young families. Foundations Parenting Lab is a practical, six-session cohort experience designed for parents of young children (0-6), with the aim of helping you lay down foundations early on in your parenting that will serve as a wise investment in the future flourishing of your children. The first session is Sunday April 10 @ 11am. You can sign-up here
Children’s Worship is offered part way through the 9:15am service for children ages 4.5-2nd in the Friendship Hall downstairs.
(2.5-4.5) will be offered during the 9:15 service.
is at 11am for toddlers through 5th grade.
(birth- 2.5yrs) will be offered during both services.
For more information email Genesia Christensen at email@example.com
Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS)
Develop meaningful relationships with other local moms of young children! Our regular meetings are on hiatus for the summer, but we have many fun “extra” activities planned! Join us for Park Playdates on Thursdays mornings from about 9-noon at Kimball Haskell Park. All are welcome! For more information, see www.nscbc.org/mops.
AWANA is for children in pre-school through grade 5. We meet on alternate Thursdays from 6:00 - 7:30 pm. The spring dates are: February 3 and 17; March 3, 17 and 31; April 14 and 28; May 5. For more information and to register, please visit: nscbc.org/awana
. For questions or to volunteer, please contact Debbi Tuck: firstname.lastname@example.org
Email email@example.com to learn more about upcoming Youth Group events and middle school and high school small groups.
Download the NSCBC App!
Download our new NSCBC App! Have handy access to sermons, our calendar, kids resources, giving and more from your phone or tablet. Available on the Apple App Store
or from the Google Play Store
To ensure your safety, we are following local safety guidelines on ventilation, hygiene, and sanitization throughout the facility. In line with the mask mandate for K-12 schools that has ended, masks at NSCBC are optional, including all areas of our children’s ministry. The livestream service in the Family Room (Gym) at 9:15am will still be designated as a mask-required.
(Updated Feb 27, 2022)